Let’s Talk Colorectal Cancer
Protect Yourself, Your Family and Our Community
Join us for a virtual talking circle!
September 21, 2020
1 – 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time
FACT!: 61% of American Indian and Alaska Native adults are diagnosed with late-stage screen-detectable colorectal cancer in California.
CTCCCP Coalition Chair
For more information please contact:
Melissa Meza CTCCCP Coordinator
Meet our presenter and hear what she has to say about CTCCCP!
“Closing the health disparity gap in American Indians and rural communities demands an in-depth understanding, dedication, and collaborative efforts. Through CTCCCP, we have been striving to make sure Native Americans have acess to cancer screening and education; since this is a population that is often overlooked, significantly under-served, and is still suffering from disproportionate health disparities. By being a member of CTCCCP, we are successfully addressing health disparities in cancer screening and awareness!”
— Celena Donahue, CTCCCP Coalition Chair